The Rogue Tesla Mechanic Resurrecting Salvaged Cars
The "Doctor Frankenstein of Teslas" is one of the only people taking completely wrecked cars and putting them back together—without Tesla's help.
Why Is Google Translate Spitting Out Sinister Religious Prophecies?
Google Translate is moonlighting as a deranged oracle—and experts say it’s likely because of the spooky nature of neural networks.
Watch the Final Match of the Robot World Cup
The RoboCup is an annual contest to build and program teams of soccer-playing robots.
7 Time 'Jeopardy!' Winner Pleads Guilty to Hacking Into the Email of Students and Faculty
I’ll take “unauthorized access to a computer system” for $500, Alex.
iPhone 7 'Loop Disease' Is an 'Epidemic'
People who repair Apple products say that a grayed-out speaker icon is a symptom of “loop disease,” which can affect aging iPhone 7 and 7 Plus devices.
Doomsday Preppers Love Subscription Boxes
Subscription boxes used to be the domain of cosmetics and cute clothing. Now a niche industry has sprung up around machetes and iodine tablets.
Watch This Hacked NES 'Reverse Emulate' Super Nintendo Games
The hacker who pulled it off says it could be a preview of what it’ll look like if we start adding new capabilities to the human brain.
Watch This Guy Turn Jello Into a Knife
The quest continues to create knives out of anything.
Say Nice Things to These Insufferably Cute Plants to Make Them Grow
This augmented reality game lets you say nice things or yell at plants to make them grow or die.
AI Researchers Are Boycotting Nature’s New Machine Intelligence Journal
Researchers from Google, Facebook, IBM, MIT and Harvard have pledged not to contribute to a new journal about machine learning, citing its lack of open access.
When Did 'Neuromancer' Actually Take Place?
William Gibson says his novel takes place around 2035. I’m not convinced.
Wedding Ring Drones, Intimacy Meters, and Other Future Visions of Romance
A satirical show at MIT uses dark humor to confront the future of sex and romance.